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Aug 29, 2013 6:00am PDT
and the michigan plant near detroit will assemble the fusion today including the hybrid version. 1,400 new workers are on the job. the automaker says they are increasing production to keep up with demand. fusion sales are up 13 percent this year. until now the car was made exclusively in mexico but that plant is producing am full capacity. >> the bay bridge is shut down for the next five days. ahead at 6:30, continuing coverage of the closure and the last car to cross the old eastern span for the very last time we found out who was behind the wheel. >> i am leyla gulen in the traffic center, here is a look at that toll plaza and it is empty but for the construction crews that are making their way around the toll plaza to shut things down for good. we are looking at heavy traffic on our alternate briggs including the golden gate bridge and san mateo bridge and the richmond-san rafael bridge and i will tell you where the hotspots are and how to get around it using our waze app. >> the marine layer clouds are more widespread so watch out for changes in the visibility and i have a cooling trend for th
Aug 20, 2013 6:00am PDT
. the workers have held one-day strikes in cities such as new york, st. louis and detroit to protest low wages. they're calling for a $15 an hour wage and the right to form a union. organizers of the walkout say right now fast food workers are paid, on average, just under $9 an hour. workers from 35 cities nationwide are expected to take part in the walkout. >> bay area cities in our area are not expected to take part, at least not yet. >>> san francisco-based gap makes a marketing bet on a fairly new site. >> and more americans are expected to hit the road this year for labor day. ellen brateman joins us now. good morning, ellen. >> reporter: good morning. that's right. if you're going to be hitting the road or skies, do expect company. heavier traffic coming for labor day weekend. aaa predicting more than 29 million people will hit the road, and the sky is going to be busy with flyers up as well with total number traveling more than 34 million, the most since labor day weekend 2008. let's take a check what's happening in stocks as we get under way. we are pretty quiet for the benchmark avera
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